Domestic Violence and Homelessness

Domestic Violence and Homelessness

by Tracey Lyall, CEO of DVIS Homelessness is a reality that affects domestic violence survivors and their children every day. Many people do not want to consider these displaced families homeless, but according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...
Stronger Together

Stronger Together

We believe these collaborations are the best way to address certain challenges. Rarely can a single agency adequately address a community-wide issue by itself. In addition, cooperation enhances solutions for those in need and raises efficiency of agencies providing services. In short, we are more effective when we all work together.

Tulsa is Built for Zero

In 2015, Tulsa began a journey to end homelessness for those in our community who are the most susceptible to losing their home: Veterans and people who are chronically homeless. At that time, we used data and some projections to determine how many individuals would...
What does it mean to “end” homelessness?

What does it mean to “end” homelessness?

by Jeff Jaynes,  Executive Director Restore Hope and Chair of Zero: 2016 Tulsa. Growing up in Tulsa, I had my first real experience of poverty and homelessness volunteering at one of our amazing shelters. Up to that point, my life was sheltered…but in a different way....